Canada, 2015, 12 min.
In no language.
Millions of sand grains leap into motion by the magical tone at 2,750 Hz. Patterns arise. Shapes appear. Humans emerge – creating their own unique patterns of attraction and repulsion. Do they follow some divine frequency of attraction? Stunning imagery and ethereal sound composition make the experimental 2.57k a visual feat and allow us to see and hear the extraordinary.
We are but moving particles through space. "Shifting between fantasy and reality, Eva Colmers reaches spectacular visual heights with her atmospheric short film, depicting emotions in places where dialogue could not even scratch the surface. A free-form audiovisual experiment, 2.57k is cinematic poetry." (CineWoman magazine 2016)
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